Summer 2022 Program Brochure

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SUMMER 2022 Registration Opens Tuesday, March 1st

@lexrecreation lexingtonma.gov/recreation


General Information Full Time Staff Melissa Battite, CPRP Director

Peter Coleman, CPRP Assistant Director of Recreation Christine Dean, CPRP Community Center Director

Melinda Spencer Administrative Manager

Hayato Tsurumaki, CPRP Recreation Supervisor Thomas Romano, CPRP Youth & Family Program Coordinator Kate DeAngelis, CTRS Therapeutic Recreation Specialist

Ann McKean Department Assistant

Cherie Robinson Administrative Assistant

Mission Statement To provide the community opportunities to engage in quality, inclusive and accessible programs and services.

Vision Statement To be a leader in promoting inclusion, community engagement and a healthy active lifestyle.

Registration Information Registration begins Tuesday, March 1st, 2022. Non-resident registration begins Tuesday, March 15th, 2022. $50 per program nonrefundable deposit due upon registration. Balance due by Sunday, May 1st. We encourage you to visit our web page at lexingtonma.gov/ recreation. Registration is first come, first served. All participants must register, submit payment and a waiver release in order to be eligible to participate in a program. We accept cash, check, MasterCard, VISA, or Discover for payments.

Financial Aid Requests are available online or by calling. This confidential application process is through the Human Services Department. The amount of financial aid provided is determined by individual need and available funds through the Recreation Enterprise Fund. Thank you to the Fund for Lexington for supporting a portion of the annual scholarship funds.

Cancellation Policy Cancellations must be submitted in writing via the online request form by Sunday, May 1st. A $25.00 processing fee will be incurred for all cancellations unless otherwise noted. Cancellations received less than two weeks prior to the start of a program or service do not qualify for a credit. Credit requests may be given for medical reasons and requires a physicians note to process a credit request. The remaining balance will be in the form of a credit to the household account in which the original registration was made. In the event a program is canceled due to low enrollment or inclement weather (only when a make-up is not available), a full refund will be given. Credits are available up to one calendar year from the date given.

Inclusion Support Lisa Aboyan Financial Administrative Assistant

@lexrecreation

Inclusion services are provided for individuals of all ages and abilities who have a disability, medical condition or life challenge. Inclusion service requests are due by Sunday, May 1st. For more information contact Kate DeAngelis, CTRS @ kdeangelis@lexingtonma.gov

Follow us on social media @lexrecreation and visit our website lexingtonma.gov/recreation to stay up to date with pop-up program dates, times, and locations!


General Information Contents General Information...................................................................................2-3 Day Camps........................................................................................................... 4-5 Tennis........................................................................................................................... 6-7 Minuteman Sports Clinics.............................................................. 8-13

Contact Us

Aquatics...............................................................................................................14-17

Main Line 781-698-4800

Basketball Leagues....................................................................................... 18

Email recdept@lexingtonma.gov

Camps & Clinics...................................................................................... 19-23

Register lexrecma.myrec.com

Youth Programs....................................................................................... 24-29 Cycling Programs.................................................................................. 30-31

Non-refundable $50 per-program deposit due upon registration. Balance due by Sunday, May 1st. Immunization records are due by Sunday, May 1st for daycamps and clinics. We encourage you to visit our web page at lexingtonma.gov/recreation.


S.O.A.R. Daycamp

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LexRec S.O.A.R. (Summer Outdoor Arts & Recreation)* This theme-based day camp program is open to children ages 4-11 (entering Pre-K through Grade 5 as of September 2022). Each session, the campers will participate in a wide variety of theme-related games, sports, nature activities, group/team challenges, create wonderful crafts projects, and swim at the Town Pool! The field and amenities at the Center Recreation Complex , including the Center Playground, Center Track and Field, and Town Pool will be our outdoor space with Lexington High School classrooms and gym available for use during high heat and inclement weather. All staff are CPR and First Aid certified and have had successful CORI and SORI background checks. All participants must be toilet trained.

Age Session Date 1 4-11

7/5-7/8

2

7/11-7/22

3

7/25-8/5

4

8/8-8/19

Day Tues-Fri

Mon-Fri

VOLUNTEER TODAY!

Time

Fee

Half Day 9am-12pm

$140 Res $150 Non-Res

Full Day 9am-3pm

$250 Res $260 Non-Res

Half Day 9am-12pm

$325 Res $335 Non-Res

Full Day 9am-3pm

$599 Res $609 Non-Res

Where

Center Recreation Complex

Summer Volunteer Opportunities: lexingtonma.gov/recreation-community-programs/jobs-and-volunteering

*This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local Board of Health


The Neighborhood Camp

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The Neighborhood Camp* $310 Resident • $320 Non-Resident Week 2 (no camp on July 4th): $250 Resident • $260 Non-Resident

Throughout the day campers will be participating in arts and crafts, outdoor games, team building activities, playground time at Lexington Children's Place, and time in the Community Center games room! Each week will have a new and fun special event! All staff are CPR and First Aid certified and have had successful CORI and SORI background checks.

INCLUSION SUPPORT

Age Session Date

7-11

Day

Week 1

6/27-7/1

Mon-Fri

Week 2

7/5-7/8

Tues-Fri

Week 3

7/11-7/15

Week 4

7/18-7/22

Week 5

7/25-7/29

Week 6

8/1-8/5

Week 7

8/8-8/12

Week 8

8/15-8/19

Mon-Fri

Time

Where

9am-3pm

Community Center 230 & 232 Arts and Crafts Rooms

Inclusion services are provided for individuals of all ages and abilities who may have a disability, medical condition or life challenge. Inclusion service requests are due by Sunday, May 1st. For more information contact Kate DeAngelis, CTRS at kdeangelis@lexingtonma.gov

*This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local Board of Health


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Adaptive Tennis Lessons $135 Resident • $145 Non-Resident Adaptive Tennis Lessons are available to children and teens who identify with having a disability and/ or may require additional support and modifications to be successful within the program. The lessons are run at a slower pace with smaller class sizes and staff who have been trained to work with individuals of all abilities. All levels are welcome as the class will go over basic strokes while playing games, practicing skills, providing social interaction with others, and having fun!

Age Day 6-11 12-18

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Wed

Date 7/68/10

Time 5:15-6pm 6:15-7pm

Where Gallagher Tennis Court 2

Youth Tennis Lessons Our Youth Tennis staff is looking forward to a fun summer! Instructors will teach techniques and principles established by the USTA using the Net Generation curriculum with an exciting lesson and play format, designed to bring children into the game by utilizing specialized equipment, shorter court dimensions, and modified scoring, all tailored to age and size. Lessons will take place each week Monday through Friday (rain or shine) unless otherwise noted. All lessons will be held at the Gallagher Tennis Courts at the Center Recreation Complex on Worthen Road. Lessons will have 6:1 childrento-staff ratio. Participants must bring a tennis racquet, sunscreen, and a water bottle.

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6 Session 7 Session 8 6/27-7/1

7/5-7/8

7/11-7/15

7/18-7/22

7/25-7/29

8/1-8/5

8/8-8/12

8/15-8/19

Mon-Fri

Tue-Fri

Mon-Fri

Mon-Fri

Mon-Fri

Mon-Fri

Mon-Fri

Mon-Fri

Age 4

11-11:30am

$85 Resident • $95 Non-Resident Session 2 — $70 Resident • $80 Non-Resident (No Class July 4th)

Age 5-6 7-8 9-10

9-9:50am or 10-10:50am

$130 Resident • $140 Non-Resident Session 2 — $106 Resident • $116 Non-Resident (No Class July 4th)

Age 11-13 11am-12pm


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Youth Tennis Clinic $180 Resident • $190 Non-Resident $146 Resident • $156 Non-Resident (Week 2) This clinic is designed for beginner and intermediate players ages 7-13. Drill work will emphasize match and tournament play and participants will be exposed to different tournament styles and gain experience through daily practice. The clinic will take place each week Monday through Friday (rain or shine) unless otherwise noted. The clinic will be held at the Gallagher Tennis Courts at the Center Recreation Complex on Worthen Road. Everyone must be picked up by 5:00pm. Participants must bring a tennis racquet, sunscreen, water bottle, and snack.

INCLUSION SUPPORT

Age Session

Day

6/27-7/1

Mon-Fri

7/5-7/8

Tues-Fri

Time

Where

2-5pm

Gallagher Tennis Courts

7/11-7/15 7-13

7/18-7/22 7/25-7/29 8/1-8/5

Mon-Fri

8/8-8/12 8/15-8/19

Inclusion services are provided for individuals of all ages and abilities who may have a disability, medical condition or life challenge. Inclusion service requests are due by Sunday, May 1st. For more information contact Kate DeAngelis, CTRS at kdeangelis@lexingtonma.gov


Minuteman Clinics Minuteman Skateboarding Clinic $185 Resident • $195 Non-Resident Under the direction of Danny Zuccaro, participants will get comfortable riding around and using the Skate Park features. Open to beginners and experienced riders. Participants must bring a skateboard and helmet. Knee, elbow, and wrist pads are encouraged.

Age Day 6-10

Mon-Fri

Date 6/27-7/1 8/1-8/5

TAKE $10 OFF!

Time

Where

8:30am-12pm

Skate Park

Register before May 1st and get $10 off the listed program price! www.lexrecma.myrec.com

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Minuteman Multi-Sports Clinic $185 Resident • $195 Non-Resident

Age Day

Date

Time

Where Center 2 Softball

6-12 Mon-Fri 7/25-7/29 8:30am-12pm Explore a range of activities including, but not limited Field to, Capture the Flag, Ultimate Frisbee, Ultimate Football, Team Handball, and so many more! This program, which is being run by Josh Sideman, LHS P.E. teacher, will provide a fun and safe environment where kids can build confidence, independence, and improve teamwork. Let's get outside and play!


Minuteman Clinics

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Minuteman Badminton Clinic $185 Resident • $195 Non-Resident

Minuteman Co-Ed Volleyball Clinic $185 Resident • $195 Non-Resident

Josh Sideman, LHS P.E. teacher, introduces the basics of this fun, popular sport. Players will learn serving and striking the shuttle using various techniques, participating in games and tournaments. Great aerobic exercise that helps increase endurance, reflexes, and hand-eye coordination.

Under the direction of Ryan Cunningham, volleyball coach and teacher, participants will be introduced to the basics of serving, hitting, spiking, and setting. Fun games and activities will be used to engage the enthusiasm of all players.

Age Day 8-16

Mon-Fri

Date 7/11-7/15 8/1-8/5

Time

Where

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

8:30am-12pm

LHS Gym

8-14

8/15-8/19

8:30am-12pm

LHS Gym

TAKE $10 OFF!

Mon-Fri

Register before May 1st and get $10 off the listed program price! www.lexrecma.myrec.com


Minuteman Clinics

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Minuteman Girls Hoop I $225 Resident • $235 Non-Resident

Minuteman Girls Hoop II $185 Resident • $195 Non-Resident

The emphasis of this program, directed by Steve Solly, LHS Girls Varsity Basketball Coach, will be to reinforce basic skills and promote new skills, with drills, contests, and game play.

Join Steve Solly, LHS Girls Varsity Basketball Coach, to develop and improve basketball skills and teamwork. Games, drills, demonstrations, and fun contests will be used to teach and reinforce skills.

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

Age Day

7-13

7/11-7/15

9am-3pm

Estabrook Gym

7-13

Mon-Fri

Date

Mon-Fri 7/18-7/22

Time

Where

8:30am-12pm

Bob Farias Basketball Courts


Minuteman Clinics

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Minuteman PDP Girls Basketball & Leadership $225 Resident • $235 Non-Resident Join some of Lexington's top basketball coaches this summer for a fun basketball development program to improve basketball skills, leadership skills, and build confidence on and off the court. LHS Head Coach Steve Solly (licensed by USA Basketball as a "Gold-Level" coach, named 2015-2016 Division 1 North Coach of the Year) and assistant coach Adrienne Mugar (former professional athlete and Boston University captain) pride themselves on making this a truly transformative week. The program is challenging yet developmentally appropriate for rising 6th-10th grade girls to help improve confidence and decision making on the basketball court. This clinic features detail-oriented basketball skills and concepts as well as an exciting sports leadership curriculum on a daily basis. Previous basketball experience is Age Day Date Time Where strongly encouraged. 11-16

VOLUNTEER TODAY!

Mon-Thu

7/25-7/28

9am-3pm

Summer Volunteer Opportunities: lexingtonma.gov/recreation-community-programs/jobs-and-volunteering

Estabrook Gym


Minuteman Clinics

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Minuteman Boys Hoop I $225 Resident • $235 Non-Resident

Minuteman Boys Hoop II $185 Resident • $195 Non-Resident

Led by Reggie Hobbs, LHS Boys Varsity Basketball Coach, this program will reinforce basic skills and promote new skills with drills, contests, and game play.

Under the direction of Reggie Hobbs, LHS Boys Varsity Basketball Coach, the emphasis of this basketball clinic will be on the improvement of individual and team skills through drills, demonstrations, games, and contests.

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

Age Day

7-13

8/8-8/12

9am-3pm

Estabrook Gym

7-13

Mon-Fri

Date

Mon-Fri 8/15-8/19

Time

Where

8:30am-12pm

Bob Farias Basketball Courts


Minuteman Clinics

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Minuteman Junior Golf $205 Resident • $215 Non-Resident This program, led by Diamond Middle School P.E. teacher Brian Boucher, encourages teenage golfers to play with friends, while improving their game. Each time on the course will reinforce previously taught skills. Instruction will focus on golf etiquette, rules of play, and other golf focal points. Players must have experience and provide their own equipment. Program will be Monday-Thursday with Friday as a rain date. Fee Age Day Date Time Where includes general instruction and greens fees. 13-18

Mon-Thur

7/25-7/28

12-2:30pm

Pine Meadows Golf Club

Minuteman Floor Hockey Clinic $185 Resident • $195 Non-Resident

Minuteman Track Clinic $185 Resident • $195 Non-Resident

This program, which will be led by Josh Sideman, LHS P.E. teacher, will focus on gradual skill development of the various skills associated with floor hockey (stick handling, shooting, passing, etc.) and also some game-related strategies. The clinic will end with a modified Floor Hockey Stanley Cup Playoff.

Experience a new approach to Track and Field under the direction of James Hall, LHS Boys Indoor / Outdoor Track Head Coach and USA Track and Field Level II coach. The co-ed clinic is for any child who would like to participate on a school track team or simply have fun and learn some exercise techniques. Daily activities practice a variety of track events and learn the tenets of proper fitness.

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

Age Day

7-13

7/18-7/22

8:30am-12pm

LHS Field House

Mon-Fri

7-14

Mon-Fri

Date 7/18-7/22 7/25-7/29

Time

Where

8:30am-12pm Center Track


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Swimming IN Lexington

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PASSES ON SALE MARCH 1ST!

THE TOWN POOL FACILITY & RESERVOIR OPENS JUNE 4, 2022. The Irving H. Mabee Town Pool is located at 80 Worthen Road at the Center Recreation Comlex. Programs offered are American Red Cross swim lessons, adult aqua aerobics, swim team and adult lap swim. The Reservoir is located at 451 Marrett Rd, where you are able to kayak, fish, and or swim. Passes are available for purchase online for both residents and non-residents. Residents who have a key fob to the Community Center or swim pass from last year may use those for this season for renewing 2022 passes.

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SWIMMING FACILITIES POOL

DESCRIPTIONS

DEPTH

WADING / SPLASH PAD

Designed for children 5 and under to ease and get use to the water Zero depth entry with spray features. For children 8 and under

2 feet deepest 1.5 feet deepest

GARRITY

Must be at least 8 years old unless accompanied by an adult and within arm's reach

3 feet at ends 4 - 4.5 feet deepest

LAP POOL*

6 lane competition sized pool. Lanes for lap swimming open as well as designated adult lap swim available.

3.5 & 4.5 ft at ends 5 ft deepest

DIVING*

There are two 1-meter boards and one 3-meter diving board.

13 feet

RESERVOIR

Sandy beach with roped off swim area, you are also able to kayak, and fish.

Swimming Area: 5 - 6 ft Non-Swimming Area: 8ft

* To use these pools, you must pass our swim test.


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Passes & schedule

SWIMMING PASSES

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Memberships can be purchased directly online! If you need assistance, you can call the Recreation and Community Programs Department, stop by the Community Center or the pool facility during the season. If you have a key fob from a previous season swim membership or to the Community Center membership, those can be reused once 2022 membership is purchased!

SWIM PASS

Residents

Non Residents

INDIVIDUAL (Ages 3-59)

$90

$175

SENIORS (Ages 60 & up)

$65

$160

FAMILY (2 Parents & Children in same household)* $255

$415

DAILY

$7/person

N/A

$70

N/A

10 VISITS AND 1 FREE ADMISSION

*For family memberships: children up to 18 years old and a full time student All membership sales are final. There will be no refunds after purchase.

15 Hours of operation are subject to change at the discretion of the Recreation and Community Programs Department There may be limited availability on weekdays during swim lessons, 9am-12pm and 4:30-7:00pm and when our camps are on site

2022 AQUATIC FACILITY SCHEDULE Preseason (6/4-6/26)

REGULAR SEASON (6/27-8/21)

Postseason (8/22-9/5)

Pool

Weekday

Weekend

Weekday

Weekend

WADING/ SPLASH PAD

3:30­8:45pm

10am-8:45pm

9am-8:45pm

10-8:45pm

11am-7pm

GARRITY

3:30-8:45pm

10am-8:45pm

9am-12pm • 1-8:45pm

10-8:45pm

11am-7pm

LAP POOL

3:30-6:15pm 7:30-8:45pm

11am-6:15pm 7:30pm-8:45pm

9-11:45 am • 1-4:15pm • 7:30-8:45pm

11-6:15pm 7:30-8:45pm

DIVING

3:30-8:45pm

10am-8:45pm

9am-8:45pm

10-8:45pm

AQUA AEROBICS

N/A

12-1pm

Weekend

12-6pm 11am-7pm

N/A

N/A 11am-12pm 6-7pm

ADULT LAP SWIM

6:30-7:30pm

10am-11am 6:30-7:30pm

12-1pm • 6:30-7:30pm 6:30-7:30am (Tues-Thurs)

10-11am 6:30-7:30pm

OLD RES

Closed

12-6pm

1-6:00pm

12-6pm

INCLUSION SUPPORT

Weekday

Closed

Inclusion services are provided for individuals of all ages and abilities who may have a disability, medical condition or life challenge. Inclusion service requests are due by Sunday, May 1st. For more information contact Kate DeAngelis, CTRS at kdeangelis@lexingtonma.gov


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AMERICAN RED CROSS WATER SAFETY CLASSES "LEARN TO SWIM" Classes are offered Monday-Friday, rain or shine unless otherwise stated. Each session is $80 (pool membership required), unless otherwise stated. SESSIONS

Session 1 6/27–7/8

Session 2 7/11–7/22

(no class 7/4)

Session 3 7/25–8/5

Session 4 8/8–8/19

Level 6 Parent & Child

Preschool Aquatics

9:00-9:30am

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Level 4

Level 5

Personal Fitness Fundamentals Water Safety Swimmer of Diving

All

All

All All

4:30-5:00pm 5:40-6:10pm

Level 3

All

All

10:50-11:20am

5:05-5:35pm

Level 2

All

9:40-10:10am 10:15-10:45am

Level 1

All

All

All

All All

6:15-6:45pm

Sess 2 & 4

Sess 3

Sess 3 & 4

Sess 1

Sess 2

All All

All

All

Sess 1

All

All

All All All = Includes All Sessions (1-4)

American Red Cross Swim Level Information— $80/session Level 1

Level 4

For the beginner who is comfortable in the water. Swimmers learn basics of swimming: bobbing, going under water, supported front and back floating, supported rolling over from front to back and back to front, supported gliding, supported flutter kick, supported front crawl arms and jumping in.

Swimmers should already be able to swim front and back crawl 25 yards. Swimmers will work on rotary breathing, freestyle, backstroke, elementary backstroke, scissors kick and sidestroke, whip kick and breaststroke, intro to turning at wall, treading water with modified scissors, and diving in kneeling position.

Level 2

Level 5

Swimmers should already be able to float on front and back and put their head under water. Swimmers will work on independent front and back floating, independent rolling over from front to back and back to front, independent front and back glides, front crawl arms and kicks, back crawl arms and kicks, retrieving underwater objects, and jumping into water over their head.

Level 3 Swimmers should already be comfortable swimming front stroke and swimming on their back. Swimmers will work on: gliding, freestyle with side breathing, backstroke, breast stroke and dolphin kicks, retrieving objects in deeper water, treading water, jumping into deep water and compact dives.

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Swimmers should already be able to swim freestyle, breaststroke and backstroke 25 yards, scissors kick, whip kick, treading water, and dive. Swimmers will work on alternate breathing, stride jump, refinement of: freestyle, backstroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, breaststroke, dolphin kick and butterfly, open turn on front and back, feet-first surface dive, and treading water.

Level 6 Personal Water Safety: Refine your swim strokes, prevent aquatic emergencies, and practice self-rescue techniques. Fitness Swimmer: Refine your swim strokes with greater efficiency and effectiveness over a long distance. Fundamentals of Diving: Learn the fundamentals of springboard diving skills.

*10 off early registration not applicable for aquatic programs


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Specialty Swim Programs

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SWIM TEAM

Junior Lifeguarding $90 with pass • $110 without pass Focus on developing swimming skills in lifesaving skills, in-water rescues, first aid, CPR and AED for those who are interested in becoming lifeguards! Session 2 & 4 (Monday-Thursday 6-7 pm)

Water Safety Instructor Aide $90 with pass • $110 without pass Course prepares you to help instructors with swimming and lifesaving classes. Learn principles of teaching and progression of skills. Session 3 (Monday-Thursday 5:00-7:00 pm)

Sensory Friendly Swim Lessons (M-F) $80/session Participants will have the opportunity to become comfortable in the water and learn basic safety skills in sensory friendly environment. The classes will be smaller in size with increased staff support to accommodate participants who have a disability, medical diagnosis or other life condition. Session 1-4 (9:00-9:30am)

Inclusive Swim Lessons (M-F) $80/session Participants will have the opportunity to become comfortable in the water and learn basic safety skills in an inclusive environment. The class will have increased staff support and can accommodate individuals of all abilities. Open to individuals with and without disabilities. Session 1-4 (5:05-5:35pm)

Lifeguard Training $250 with pass • $280 without pass Become a certified lifeguard through this program by learning water safety and proper protocol when dealing with emergencies in or around the water. Times TBD

MONDAY - THURSDAY. Weekday workouts for those who have passed Level 3 or above and are interested in competition. Weekly meet on Wednesdays. TIMES: Ages 10 and under 4:30-5:15pm Ages 11 and up 5:15-6:00pm FEES WITH PASS: All Sessions: $240 One Session: $70 *Swim team sessions follow the swim lesson dates

Adult Classes Adult Lessons with pass — $80/per session Sessions 1–4 • Mon-Fri • 6:15-6:45 pm It is never too late to learn to swim or refine your techniques no matter how old you are. A vital skill so no matter your level, come improve your swimming! Aqua Aerobics with pass — $7/class • $32/week • $225/ season Sessions 1–4 • Mon-Fri • 12-1pm Get your body moving and your heart rate up with this aerobic class in the pool. Use of barbells to work your entire body!

We will have a pool dress up day each Friday.

Each dress up day, the staff will choose patrons that fit the theme well to pick a prize from the prize box!

POOL DRESS UP DAYS

7/8 – Patriotic Dress up

8/5 – Favorite Athlete

7/15 – Pirates, Mermaids, Sea Creatures

8/12 – Wild, Wild, West

7/22 – Safari

8/19 – Freaky Friday

7/29 – Disney

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Basketball Leagues Summer 3V3 Girls Basketball League $85 Resident • $95 Non-Resident Summer In-Town 3V3 Basketball is an organized program to continue the development in basketball skills through game play. Players will be placed onto a team and play two games a week on their designated days. The league will run for 5 weeks with the last week being playoff match ups. We will be looking for volunteer coaches to help manage and run teams for all leagues. Please indicate during registration if you would like to help coach. There will be no sessions the week of July 4th and the program will resume starting the week of July 11th.

Grade

Day

Date Time

5-6

Mon & Wed

6/137/20

7-8

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INCLUSION SUPPORT

6:15-7:15pm 7:15-8:15pm

Where Bob Farias Basketball Courts

Inclusion services are provided for individuals of all ages and abilities who may have a disability, medical condition or life challenge. Inclusion service requests are due by Sunday, May 1st. For more information contact Kate DeAngelis, CTRS at kdeangelis@lexingtonma.gov

Summer 3V3 Boys Basketball $85 Resident • $95 Non-Resident Summer In-Town 3V3 Basketball League is an organized recreation program to continue the development in basketball skills through game play. Players will be placed onto a team and play two games a week on their designated days. The league will run for 5 weeks with the last week being playoff match ups. We will be looking for volunteer coaches to help manage and run teams for all leagues. Please indicate during registration if you would like to help coach. There will be no sessions the week of July 4th and the program will resume starting the week of July 11th.

Grade Day 5-6 7-8

Tues & Thurs

Date

Time

Where

6:15-7:15pm

Bob Farias Basketball Courts

6/14-7/21 7:15-8:15pm


Camps & Clinics

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Blue Sox Baseball Camp* $210 Resident • $220 Non-Resident

Age

Session Day

Date

Week 1

6/27-6/30

Mon-Thurs

Time Where

Learn baseball from the 16-time Intercity League Champions, Week 2 Tues-Fri 7/5-7/8 the Lexington Blue Sox! Led by Dan Graham, Lowell High 7-10 Center 1 School Varsity Baseball Coach, and Matt Karis, assistant Week 3 7/11-7/14 9am& Baseball baseball coach at Austin Prep, along with former and current Week 4 7/18-7/21 1pm 11-15 Field college and professional players. With an emphasis on skill Mon-Thurs development aimed at student-athletes who want to play Week 5 7/25-7/28 baseball at a competitive level, this Camp is an opportunity for Week 6 8/1-8/4 children to learn the ins and outs of baseball. By dedicating time each day to different parts of the game, players will not only develop skills on the field, but take away drills, off-field training, and recovery ideas. This program strives to create an environment where student-athletes want to not only better themselves, but also their teammates. Daily activities include stretching, band work, throwing program, defensive theme of the day, offensive instruction, and scrimmaging. Monday-Thursday, with Friday as a rain date. Players should bring a baseball glove.

TAKE $10 OFF!

Register before May 1st and get $10 off the listed program price! www.lexrecma.myrec.com


Camps & Clinics Skyhawks STEM & Play Soccer* $215 Resident • $225 Non-Resident Pairs strategic STEM-based activities with basic game-play and current hot topics, the STEM Sports® soccer curriculum gives students the opportunity to get behind the sport they love with modules on soccer ball design, throw-in science, angles, and goal-line technology! Skyhawks puts the Sports in STEM.

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

7-12

6/27-7/1

9am-12pm

Center Track Field

Mon-Fri

Skyhawks Beginning Golf*

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Skyhawks Mini Hawk* $205 Resident • $215 Non-Resident Skyhawks Mini Hawk is a multi-sport program designed to give children a positive first step into athletics. Sports are taught in a safe, structured environment filled with encouragement and fun. Through exciting games and activities, campers explore balance, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace.

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

4-6

8/15-8/19

9am-12pm

Center 2 Softball Field

Mon-Fri

In Skyhawks Beginning Golf, participants will learn the fundamentals of swinging, putting, body positioning, etiquette, and keeping score. The program is specifically designed for the entry-level player, simplifying instruction so that young player can make an easy and effective transition onto the golf course. All equipment is provided.

Age Day 5-9

Fee

Date

TuesFri

$170 Res $180 Non-Res

7/57/8

MonFri

$200 Res $210 Non-Res

8/18/5

Time

Where

9am12pm

Comunity Center Lower Field

Viking Soccer Camp* Half Day: $180 Resident • $190 Non-Resident Full Day: $235 Resident • $245 Non-Resident At the Viking Soccer Camp, participants will learn the basic and advanced techniques of soccer including dribbling, passing, receiving, and shooting. The camp is kept lively with games such as Goalie Wars, Dynasty, and Line Soccer. The camp will conclude with the Viking World Cup! Participants should bring a soccer ball and shin guards.

Skyhawks Multi-Sport Clinic* $285 Resident • $295 Non-Resident The Skyhawks Multi-Sport Clinic is designed to introduce young children to a variety of sports in one setting. Athletes will learn the rules and essential skills of each sport, along with vital life lessons such as sportsmanship and teamwork.

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

7-12

8/15-8/19

9am-3pm

Center 2 Softball Field

Mon-Fri

Age Day

Date Session

7-12

7/57/8

Tues-Fri

Time

Where

Half Day

9am-12pm

Full Day

9am-3pm

Center Track Field

TAKE $10 OFF! Register before May 1st and get $10 off the listed program price! www.lexrecma.myrec.com

*This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local Board of Health


Camps & Clinics Viking Pre-K & Kindergarten Soccer Camp* $180 Resident • $190 Non-Resident Powered by the New England Revolution. Viking Sports and the Revolution have developed tailored soccer curricula for emerging players, ages 3 to 6. Participants learn the basic techniques of soccer including dribbling, passing, receiving, and shooting. The camp is kept lively with games incorporating new skills each day as well as lots of scrimmages during the week. Participants should bring a soccer ball and shin guards.

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

3-6

7/5-7/8

9am-12pm

Center Track Field

Tues-Fri

Viking Multi-Sports Camp* Half Day $210 Resident • $220 Non-Resident Full Day $290 Resident • $300 Non-Resident

Viking Basketball Camp* Half Day: $210 Resident • $220 Non-Resident Full Day: $290 Resident • $300 Non-Resident

The Viking Multi-Sports Camp includes a fun variety of sports such as soccer, basketball, baseball, flag football, dodgeball, kickball, capture the flag, street hockey, team handball, watermelon, gaga ball, reindeer tails, and many other sports and camp activities. Designed to promote regular physical activity, sportsmanship, and values. The camp concludes with Tournament Day!

At the Viking Basketball Camp, coaches will teach both basic and advanced techniques that are important on both sides of the ball. The skills include, but are not limited to, dribbling, shooting, passing, defensive positioning, and more. Participants will also play a variety of games such as Knockout, Dynasty, and Steal the Cookies. Participants should bring a basketball and the program will conclude with the Viking Final Four!

Age Session Half Day 6-12 Full Day

Day

Date

Time

8/8-8/12 MonFri

8/22-8/26 8/8-8/12 8/22-8/26

9am-12pm 9am-3pm

Where Center 2 Softball Field

Age Session Day

Date

Time

Where

Half Day

8/228/26

9am-12pm

Bob Farias Basketball Courts

7-12

Full Day

MonFri

9am-3pm

Viking Ninja Warrior Camp* Half Day: $230 Resident • $240 Non-Resident Full Day: $315 Resident • $325 Non-Resident Stay active with Viking Ninja Warrior! This high-energy camp is where Boot Camp meets Ninja Warrior. Children engage in a variety of activities that improve cardiovascular fitness, strength, and agility. Children will perform a specific set of exercises that will help them tackle the Viking Ninja Warrior obstacle course at the conclusion of each day. The course includes many different obstacles (boxes, hurdles, balance beams, gates, ladders, slack lines, etc.) and a huge, high-quality inflatable bounce house with a climbing wall will be used.

Age Session 7-12

Half Day Full Day

Day

Date

MonFri

8/88/12

Time 9am-12pm 9am-3pm

Where Center Track Field

*This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local Board of Health

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Camps & Clinics Archery - Summer Sessions $195 Resident • $205 Non-Resident Archery is an individual sport that provides the opportunity for anyone to do well. The benefits of archery include exercise, mental focus, self-discipline, and social interaction with peers. This program teaches the fundamentals of good form, technique, and how to be safe. Taught by Shawn Bowlby who has 20+ years of experience and has won the national indoor championship 8 times. Archery equipment is provided and will be sanitized and disinfected after every class.

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MonThurs

Date

Time

7/187/21

9-10:30am

8/158/18

9-10:30am

11am-12:30pm 11am-12:30pm

Where Community Center Upper Field Allee

Challenger International Soccer Camp* Half Day: $ 215 Resident • $225 Non-Resident Full Day: $285 Resident • $295 Non-Resident The Challenger International Soccer Camp is more than just a week of skills and drills. In addition to taking part in a daily regimen of foot skill development, technical and tactical practices, and daily tournament style play, each child will also be treated to a rich cultural experience and lessons on teamwork, sportsmanship, and self-discipline. Participants should bring a soccer ball & shin guards.

Age Session Day Half Day 7-15 Full Day

TAKE $10 OFF!

Date 7/25-7/29

MonFri

8/1-8/5 7/25-7/29 8/1-8/5

Time 9am-12pm 9am-3pm

Where Center Track Field

Register before May 1st and get $10 off the listed program price! www.lexrecma.myrec.com

*This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local Board of Health


Camps & Clinics F.A.S.T. Athletics Mini Sports* $210 Resident • $220 Non-Resident This program, which is being led by F.A.S.T. Athletics, is a combination of warm-up games and sports such as soccer, kickball, and T-Ball. It will ease children into learning the basics of all these great games as well as teaching them the importance of teamwork! Each day, F.A.S.T. Athletics will have new and exciting games planned for the participants.

Age Day 3-6

MonFri

Date 7/25-7/29 8/8-8/12

Time

Where

9am-12pm

Center 4 Little League Field

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F.A.S.T. Athletics Flag Football* Half Day: $210 Resident • $220 Non-Resident Full Day: $280 Resident • $290 Non-Resident F.A.S.T. Athletics will teach everyone game strategies, catching techniques, and most importantly how to work together as a team. Participants will participate in different situational games such as Red Zone Defense, Fourth and Inches, and the QB Challenge as they learn the importance of fair play. Each class will end with a simulated game broken down into 4 quarters – the coaches will have tons of plays ready to go for their teams!

Age Session Day Half Day 7-12 Full Day

Date 7/11-7/15

MonFri

8/15-8/19 7/11-7/15 8/15-8/19

Time 9am-12pm 9am-3pm

Where Center Track Field

F.A.S.T. Athletics Sports Mania* Half Day: $210 Resident • $220 Non-Resident Full Day: $280 Resident • $290 Non-Resident During F.A.S.T. Athletics Sports Mania, participants will have a great time playing soccer, basketball, flag football, dodgeball, and kickball, but the fun continues with handball and pillow polo. Each day begins with proper stretching and warm-up games, followed by basic skills in the various sports. More games and tournaments will be featured in this exciting program!

Age

Session Day Half Day

7-12 Full Day

Date 7/11-7/15

MonFri

8/1-8/5 7/11-7/15 8/1-8/5

Time 9am-12pm 9am-3pm

Where Center 2 Softball Field

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Beginner: Chess is a fun and strategic game that can improve decision-making, strategic thinking, analytical skills, and more. Learn the names of pieces, how they move, basic tactics, openings, checkmates, and endgames. Classes include 3040 minutes of instruction with 20-30 minutes of supervised play.

Age Session

6-12

Intermediate/Advanced: Those who already know how to move pieces can participate in this session. You will learn intermediate to advanced tactics, strategies, learn about openings, middle games, and endgames. We will focus on how to play in tournaments.

Week-Long Course: For Beginner and Intermediates. Focus is on the introduction of pieces and movements, basic tactics, and strategies. We also have fun playing peer-to-peer games. Taught by Prathiba Yuvarajan an International Master (USCF 2266) and the Director of Massachusetts Chess.

Day

Date

Time

Fee

Where

Week-Long course

Mon-Fri

7/11-7/15

10am-12pm

$290 Res • $300 Non-Res

Community Center Room 237

Beginner (4 weeks)

Monday

7/11-8/1

Intermediate/Advanced (4 weeks)

Tuesday

7/12-8/2

Outside the Lines Art Program $365 Resident • $375 Non-Resident

$264 Res • $274 Non-Res 5-6pm

Age Day

$264 Res • $274 Non-Res

Date

Time

Community Center Room 242

Where

Community Our program will focus on exploring art through 6-10 Mon-Fri 7/18-7/22 9am-3pm Center Room 237 different mediums. Watercolor, collage, vision boards, and tissue art are just some of the different ways we will express our creativity. This week’s themes are foil painting and splatter painting, and each student will be asked to make at least one artwork using each theme! Fun art lessons and history will be taught during class.

TAKE $10 OFF!

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Circuit Lab - Circuit Makers & Robotic Commanders 101 $425 Resident • $435 Non-Resident Register for a fun-filled day with Circuit Lab! Circuit Makers: In this junior hands-on electronics class, students create their own electronics; design custom light-up greeting cards, electric games, mazes, and musical instruments. Circuitry lessons and hands-on electronics, using lights, buzzers, switches, motors, and sensors. Robotic Commanders: Understanding how software can interact with robots is a key skill for the STEM jobs of tomorrow. We provide several active, playful activities, where students learn about what it means to write, debug, and execute computer programs that communicate with different robotic devices. Using the power of code, students will turn Sphero SPRK+ robots into Magic 8 Balls, automated Red Light / Green Light games, and the arcade classic Pong – and Unruly Splats will become our voting machines, relay races, guessing games, and more.

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

7-10

6/27-7/1

9am-3pm

Community Center Room 237

Mon-Fri

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Circuit Lab - Hands On Electronics & App Inventors Children experiment with electronics and circuitry, as well as designing their own interactive/ programmable devices. Arduino (build interactive devices) and Raspberry Pi (to learn about computers/ coding) are used to experimenting with LEDs, resistors, motors, and programming. Each day your child will design a handson project. How do phone apps work? In this no-experience-required course, use MITApp Inventor software to make fun, creative apps for Android phones and tablets. Build custom Bluetooth hardware controllers for apps. Your child will learn programming, design aspects, and will be able to build apps on their own!

Age Session

Day

Date Time

Full Day 9-13

Hands On Electronics App Inventors

TuesFri

7/57/8

Fee

9am-3pm

$375 Res $385 Non-Res

9-11:40am

$260 Res $270 Non-Res

12:20-3pm

$260 Res $270 Non-Res

Where Community Center Room 237


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Kids Test Kitchen $310 Resident • $320 Non-Resident

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

Each class presents students with an opportunity Mon- 7/11-7/15 Community Center 6-10 10am-12:30pm to explore new or familiar foods in their raw, Fri Room 242 7/18-7/22 unmanipulated state. Then, working as a team, we’ll slice, dice, peel, measure, and cook until we’ve prepared the finished dish. Lessons are planned to celebrate seasonal produce – cool you on a hot summer day and offer ideas for quick and healthy family meals. At the end of class, your aspiring chef will receive the main ingredient, or a sample of the finished dish, and the recipe so that they can show off what they’ve learned!

How to Solve the Rubik's Cube $175 Resident • $185 Non-Resident Two Lexington High School Students will teach you step by step on how to solve the 3x3 Rubiks cube. Both students can solve the cube in under 10 seconds and will teach you tips and tricks to lower your times. No experience is necessary. You will receive your very own speed cube.

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

8-12

8/8-8/11

9am-11am

Community Center Room 242

Mon-Thurs


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Minds in Motion Electricity & Magnetmania and CSI Crime scene Investigation Electricity & Magnetmania: Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop! Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit. With the aid of your instructor build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell! You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor! Watch electricity being produced and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.

Age Day

Date

7-11

8/1-8/5

Mon-Fri

CSI – Crime Scene investigation: We provide all the tools you need to become your very own crime scene investigator, and you bring home your very own detective kit! Learn all about forensics, searching for evidence, gathering clues. Working in groups, you conduct science experiments in our crime lab to solve the mysteries at hand. Learn all about fingerprinting, how to classify them and take home your own fingerprint classification sheet! Work with powders, liquids, and much more to perform chemical analyses and observations! Come ready with your thinking caps to solve the crime of the century and help save the Minds In Motion Laboratory!

Time

Session

Fee

Where

9am-3:30pm

Both Programs

$425 Res • $435 Non-Res

9am-12pm

Electricity & Magnetmania

$280 Res • $290 Non-Res

12:30-3:30pm

CSI Crime Scene Investigation

$280 Res • $290 Non-Res

Community Center Room 237

FC Academy, Filmmaking 101 $440 Resident • $450 Non-Resident

FC Academy, Stop Motion Animation $440 Resident • $450 Non-Resident

Students will bring creativity to life in a fun, collaborative, and exciting environment. Learn skills in scriptwriting, storyboard sketching, improvisation, and camera skills. Students who have previously participated in our program will be able to expand on their skills. Together they will write, and shoot a film in a genre of their choice, then edit their project with Adobe Premiere. All final projects are eligible for submission into the Boston International Kids Film Festival 2022.

Students will learn the principles of Animation and produce a short film using objects found around the house and brought to class (suggestions will be given prior to the first day of the program). This course requires a touch screen device with access to the free app Stop Motion Studio (available for iPods, iPhones, iPads, Androids, etc).

Age Day

Date Time

Where

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

8-14

7/257/29

Community Center 237 Multi-Purpose Room

8-14

8/1-8/5

9am-3pm

Community Center Room 242

Mon-Fri

9am-3pm

Mon-Fri

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Wicked Cool 4 Kids - Rocket Science $355 Resident • $365 Non-Resident

Wicked Cool 4 Kids - Wild World Safari $355 Resident • $365 Non-Resident

Rocket Science ’22 features the all-time favorite -customizable E2X model rocket. As an aerospace engineer, you choose the final design as we journey to the moon. Keep a Captain’s Log as you investigate what’s inside the rocky planets and gas giants. Map distant constellations, create glittering moon rocks and make galaxy slime as part of your out-of-this-world lunar journey. Blast off with a solid fuel high flying launch at the end of the week (weather permitting).

Explore the wacky world of nature. Take a look at some of your favorite wild animals and determine if they are predators or prey. Learn to identify track patterns and compare animals in the wild to our domesticated pets. Explore hunting techniques while creeping with big cats and loping like coyotes. Make 3D models of extreme habitats and learn about our planet’s natural resources. Experiment with lenses and prisms to find a rainbow. Discover Earth’s biggest land animals and dive deep into the oceans on this global adventure.

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

Age Day

6-10

8/8-8/12

9am-12pm

Community Center Room 237

6-10

Mon-Fri

INCLUSION SUPPORT

Date

Mon-Fri 7/25-7/29

Time

Where

1-4pm

Community Center Room 242

Inclusion services are provided for individuals of all ages and abilities who may have a disability, medical condition or life challenge. Inclusion service requests are due by Sunday, May 1st. For more information contact Kate DeAngelis, CTRS at kdeangelis@lexingtonma.gov


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Youth Programs Teen Entrepreneurship Business Course: Print-On-Demand $280 Resident • $290 Non-Resident

Age Day

Date

Time

Where

13-16

7/25-7/29

9am-12pm

Community Center Room 242

Mon-Fri

Brainstorm and create your very own Print-On-Demand E-commerce business! Grasp the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and best-business practices to cement the foundation and mindset for success! Learn how to generate income by creating a simple image or text design and uploading to a 3rd party print-ondemand platform. Using these designs, sell a variety of merchandise like t-shirts, water bottles, and more! With every sale, you will earn a commission while the print-on-demand platform handles printing, shipping, and all the customer details! You will also learn how to drive sales using the power of digital marketing. Work with other students as you strengthen critical thinking, improve communication skills, encourage integrity, and learn leadership qualities. Come think like an entrepreneur and grow your own business right away! Participants will need to bring their own laptop and use or create their own social media accounts.

Youth Advisory Board aka Decision Makers! | Ages 14-18

Join Tom Romano, Youth & Family Program Coordinator to be part of the conversation on how you can...

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Family Transportation Bike ride

Family Friendly Group Bike Ride — $5 Resident • $5 Non-Resident Join with other local families on an bike ride led by a Certified Cycling Instructor and local cycling experts. See how fun it can be to ride as a family and in a group, and feel comfortable knowing you will have skilled cycling experts joining you! The ride will begin with a quick safety overview, then proceed joyfully with family friendly music to a kid friendly location. All participants must wear helmets, bring bikes, and wear closed-toe shoes. All children participating must be riding with a parent or guardian. Children who ride must be able to pedal their bicycle, control it well, follow instructions from adults, and sustain riding at a jogging pace. Riding will be no longer than 30 minutes each way, with a break in between. Children who cannot ride independently may join in trailer or Date Time Where child seat on parent’s bike. Children under 1 may Age Day only ride in trailer. All children and adults must All Sat 7/9 10-11:30am Lexington Community Center wear helmets, even if riding in a trailer.

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Looking for a fun, educational activity to do with your teen/tween? Take this Smart Cycling class together and prepare yourselves for many safe, fun biking adventures to come! In this course designed for youth ages 11-15 and their adult parents or guardians, you will learn the rules of the road and safety considerations for biking, proper bike fit, helmet fit, important bike handling skills, basics of bike maintenance, and then enjoy and escorted on-bike road ride to put your learning into practice! Bring a bike that is in riding condition, a helmet, and wear closed-toe shoes. Please also bring water and a snack.

Age

Day Date Time

Where

11+

Sat

Community Center 139 - Dining Room

7/23

1-4:30pm

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Smart Cycling Teens — $49 Resident • $59 Non-Resident Grow your skills and confidence in cycling along with other local teens! Class will include bike handling drills, education on rules of the road, and safety tips, basic bike maintenance tips, understanding of proper bike fit, helmet fit, and then end with an escorted on-bike road ride. Time for socializing included! Class is led by a Certified Cycling Instructor. This class is for teens that know how to ride a bicycle (can balance and ride), but need to gain skills so they can ride confidently and safely on the road and other areas for a variety of purposes. Bring bike, helmet, and wear closed toe shoes. Please make sure your bike is in good working order. Bring water and a snack, too!

Age

Day

Date

Time

Where

13-15

Sat

7/16

1-4:30pm

Community Center 139 - Dining Room

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Smart Cycling — $49 Resident • $59 Non-Resident Gain skill and confidence in bicycling! Learn rules of the road, safety tips, practice handling skills, understand best bike fit, helmet fit, basics of bike maintenance, and enjoy an escorted on-bike road ride with others looking to build their cycling confidence! Bring helmet, Age Day Date Time Where bike, and closed-toe shoes. Class is led by a seasoned Certified Cycling Instructor. 16+

Sat

8/20

1-4:30pm

Community Center 139 - Dining Room


Town of Lexington Recreation and Community Programs 39 Marrett Road | Lexington, MA 02421 (781) 698-4800

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SUMMER 2022

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Fall registration is coming soon! Archery • Pickleball • Field Hockey • Football

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